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Need to schedule 1000 reports

Need to schedule 1000 reports

Need to schedule 1000 reports

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I am using Seagate Info 7.0.200 to generate reports for clients to download from the web.  I have 100 clients who each get 10 reports.  It is going to take me hours (if not days) to schedule these one at a time.  Is there another way?  Is there an API call to add a scheduled report?  Has anyone tried adding them directly to CINFO.MDB?

RE: Need to schedule 1000 reports

My cViewMANAGER and cViewSERVER report schedulers include a "Multirun" feature.  So you would only need to load your ten reports into the schedule, and create a multirun control file with your 100 client codes and their destinations.

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www.chelseatech.co.nz/pubs.htm

RE: Need to schedule 1000 reports

Sorry chelseatech, I should have plugged yours as well.

-k

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